As the Panamagate case continued Tuesday, the prime minister’s daughter Maryam Nawaz’s lawyers submitted her reply to the Supreme Court.
Maryam Nawaz in her reply maintained that she was not her father’s dependent after her marriage in 1992 to Captain Safdar, and that she lived with her husband after her wedding.
She also submitted her tax details for the past five years. In 2012, she had filed Rs2,314,917 as income tax, Rs6,517,504 in 2013, Rs8,872,742 in 2014, Rs9,340,243 in 2015 and Rs12,128,778 in 2016.
Maryam Nawaz’s reply stated that five homes comprise the Raiwind Estate which she said belongs to her paternal grandmother. Around 45.5 acres of 48 acres are under her grandmother’s supervision, the reply said.
All the houses in the Raiwind Estate belong to my paternal grandmother, she said. 384 kanals main 364 kanals are under my paternal grandmother’s supervision, she said.
The costs on Shamim Agricultural Farm are jointly paid, the reply said, of which Maryam Nawaz paid RsRs6,000,000 in 2014 and 2015.
courtesy : dawn news